‘HR contributes 100% for success of business’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 Oct 2017 10:56:13


Business Bureau,

“THE Industrial Relationship Executive can’t be always good to the employees,” said Sanjay Deo, former Vice-President HR-IR of Pix Transmission Limited while speaking at the workshop on ‘Discipline and disciplinary procedures’ on Saturday. The workshop was organised by the National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM), Nagpur Chapter.

Pradip Raut, Chairman of NIPM, Nagpur Chapter, Anand Toal, Regional Vice-President and Shobha Bhagia, Secretary were the dignitaries on the dais.
Deo also noted that HR was the partner in every business and HR contributed 100 per cent for the success of the business. He advised the professionals to always do pro-active analysis.

Deo defined discipline as working in accordance with the establishment rules. According to him, misconduct was wrongful act or act of delinquency. Deo, sharing his more than 27 years experience in the field and presently as an advisor to many established industries said: “Discipline in an organisation is a must. Discipline can enhance or adversely affect the production. Discipline is important for every organisation to grow.”

Deo suggested that an HR or IR professional must see that every employee got the best job description for him. Then only his performance could be apprised on the basis of his Key Result Areas (KRA). He suggested that the professionals must think and work out-of-the-box for the betterment of the organisation. Elaborating on the employees’ life cycle, Deo suggested the professionals to measure their performance and job satisfaction regularly. “Even the performance appraisals of the workers or operators must be measured, which is not done,” he said.

Pradip Raut, Chairman of NIPM, Nagpur Chapter and Head HR at KEC International, in his welcome address briefing on the objective of the programme said, “The focus of the Chapter this year is on the importance of discipline in the organisation. It is an important aspect for the growth of the industry in the region. If the industry in the region grows, the complete eco-system will also grow. We as a professionals will also be benefitted.”
Anand Toal, Regional Vice-President, in his address, informed that NIPM was broadening its footprints in European countries, with exchange programmes. “Our basic aim is to sort out global issues and make our professionals fit to the international standards.”
Shoba Bhagia, Secretary introduced the trainer. The workshop received an overwhelming response with more than 200 participants. Ranjeet Pande, B S Shahane, Abhijeet Ubarhande, Manish Manapure, Deepak Mehunkar, Yatish Parsodkar, Anand Garde, Rishikesh Toal, Atul Pathak, Sunanda Koche, Aman Mohite and others worked hard for the success of workshop.